On the Police Logs 05.03.18


Two Festool tool organizers were taken off the front porch of a house on Montauk Highway sometime between April 18 and April 25, when Maribel Tenesaca notified police. She said they were worth $170 each.

An Accabonac Road property owner saw two young men jumping a four-foot fence into the adjacent cemetery on April 22. Judith Bistrian said she was walking her dog on her flag-lot property at about 3:30 p.m. when she saw the pair, who were between 16 and 18 years old. Nothing was damaged or missing on the property. Police checked the cemetery for any criminal activity and found nothing. 


East Hampton Village

On April 24, a 57-year-old East Hampton man reported that his 2018 East Hampton Town dump sticker had been stolen off his 2004 Chevrolet Malibu while it was parked on Newtown Lane. Police said they could see the spot on the car where the sticker had been adhered. The man wanted it documented so that he could get a new one.

Police received a call to check the area of North Main Street and Hook Mill Road because a Suffolk County transit bus was displaying its emergency lights on April 24 at about 1:50 p.m. Police were unable to locate the bus. 

A husky was running loose in the parking lot at Egypt Beach last Thursday at about 12:30 p.m. The responding officer found that the dog had a collar but no ID tags. Because it had a microchip, police were able to contact its owner. 

A representative of the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation responded when a seal was found entangled in what appeared to be balloon string at Main Beach last Thursday afternoon.

A sick or injured seal was reported on the sand near the first jetty at Georgica Beach last Thursday morning around 8:30. Police found the seal near the dune line. It appeared to be okay and was moving around. An officer contacted the Riverhead Foundation just to be sure. 

Another apparently injured seal was reported at Two Mile Hollow Beach on Friday at 6:45 a.m. It was sleeping and not in any distress, police said. 

A crane doing work on a house on Drew Lane made the road impassable last Thursday morning, according to police, who issued a village code summons.

Several multicolored flags were noticed along Main Street, Mill Road, and James Lane on Saturday morning. Police found the 73-year-old Shoreham man who had placed them there for a tour at Mulford Farm and the Home, Sweet Home Museum. Police issued a warning about how posting signs violated the village code. The flags were removed. 

A broker with Sotheby’s was given a summons on Friday for having real estate signs too big under the village code in front of a listing on Further Lane.